On November 13, 2014 6:30:16 AM PST, wrote:
Thanks for suggestion; I'll try it out
One other possibility is to construct a font with the characters in alphabetical order, in Unicode
Private Space, and remap your system keyboard to output those characters.
The optimal/ideal solution is for LibreOffice to allow usrs to construct ther own locales,
including glyph sorting.
I've forgotten the solution I used, when I encountered that scenario, using a conlang.
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